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doeLegal's doeBilling™ Allows Bayhealth Medical to “Regain Control” of Outside Vendor Legal Spend
Date:1/23/2010

is of individual and overall performance, as well as the ability to measure budgets, individuals, and other firms’ performance.
  • Ensuring compliance with corporate billing guidelines by using an automated rules engine. The system can be set up to flag or reject bills that fail to meet established criteria prior to staff evaluation.
  • Delivering real-time reports displaying summary details or detailed information

  • Diane M. Andrews, Esquire, In-House Counsel for Bayhealth Medical Center, states, “Paper invoices generated by outside counsel provided little if any information regarding trending, and forecasting of legal needs. The automated doeBilling module has enabled Bayhealth Medical Center to reclaim control of our outsourced legal expenditures while simultaneously providing valuable time for the performance of executive functions previously utilized for the tedious review of manual bills.”

    To learn more about this unique solution call the experts at doeLegal at 302-798-7500 or email info(at)doelegal(dot)com. Visit www.doelegal.com/demo-doebilling to see an online demo featuring the benefits and application. Learn how to take better control of corporate outside legal expenses. To contact BayHealth Medical Center please can visit www.bayhealth.org.

    About doeLegal, LLC:
    doeLegal, founded in 1971, is a premier solutions provider delivering comprehensive online legal services and technology support for corporate legal departments and law firms. The acclaimed legal hosting suite provides all-inclusive hosting and support for eDiscovery, EDD, eBilling, Matter Management, and CLE administration as effective solutions to the increasing challenges of document selection and sharing,
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